Police have deployed water cannon during a rally against the controversial UN migration pact in Brussels. Officers were seen scuffling with protesters, who threw firecrackers before facing off with law-enforcement.
The rally was dubbed the ‘March against Marrakech’ in reference to the city where the pact was signed earlier in December. It was organized by the right-wing Vlaams Belang party which has long been a vocal opponent of the agreement.
One of the videos from the unrest shows how a chain of riot police sprint towards a small group of people (presumably demonstrators). Just moments later at least two of them are being encircled by the riot officers and beaten with batons. A male also gets a direct pepper spray hit in the face from the closest range. After walking just a few meters – apparently completely disoriented – he then collapses on the pavement, with police running past him.
STREAMED LIVE: Protest Against Migration Pact Adoption Takes Place In Brussels
Streamed Lived December 17th 2018
Anti-immigration protesters take to the streets of Brussels on Sunday, December 16, to decry the UN Migration Pact and its adoption by the Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel. A counter-protest is expected. Michel’s agreement for the plan has created political backlash in Belgium, leading to a break in the ruling coalition and calls for anti-migration protests.
The non-binding pact, signed by over 160 UN member states during a summit in Marrakesh on Monday, aims to better manage migration.
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